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Hi everyone,

Release from my instro-surf / Spaghetti Western / Noir project The Big Swell Drifters. The track is titled Nazare as a nod to the big wave town in Portugal.

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All comments and discussion welcome.



Last edited: May 16, 2018 19:43:23

Cool. I like it

Check it out my music:
Por favor dale like y suscríbete, añademe a tus redes sociales y también puedes adquirir mi música dando click acá;

thanks for you kind words sysmalakian. More to come soon.

I dig it. Some elegant simplicity goes a long way.

gmjabsky wrote:

I dig it. Some elegant simplicity goes a long way.

Thanks gmjabsky. I try to get rid of the unnecessary notes. I like the idea that less is more . . . except where an unrestrained assault is required of course.

Last edited: Jun 11, 2018 19:52:14

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